Once again, thanks to all, but I've taken the lazy way out. Bought a USB
convertor thingy. Dunno why I didn't think of it before, I have USB ports
hanging out of this bloody thing, front and back.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cork-admin at linux.ie [mailto:cork-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of Owen
> Sent: 6 April 2001 16.22
> To: cork at linux.ie> Subject: RE: [CLUG] Serial port double adaptor?
>>> Serial Switchboxes are do-able, as is an i/o card Adam.
>> You can get either from PcPro (If you don't have an account there,
> open one),I'd go with the i/o card, get an ISA one if you can,
> because its a hell of a lot easier to setup. Most PC's also only
> have 1 Com port installed by default, but what a lot of people don't
> know is that 99.9% of the boards actually have a pinout for
> connecting a Com2, and all you need to is enable it in the BIOS.
>> Have a look inside and see can you find a pinout with "Com2" written
> on the board next to it. If you do, mail me off list and I'll hook
> you up with a cable and port to hook into it.
> Owen Kelly - SolasData
>owen at solasdata.comhttp://www.solasdata.com>>> _______________________________________________
> Cork maillist - Cork at linux.ie>http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/cork>
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